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Women’s rugby to get boost with ministerial support

SA Rugby was excited about the prospect of working with the newly appointed minister of Sport, Arts and Culture, Mr Gayton McKenzie, it said following a meeting in Cape Town on Wednesday.

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Wessels thrilled to make Bok debut with family in support

Saturday will be a special day for Jan-Hendrik Wessels, who said he was thrilled about making his Springbok debut in Bloemfontein, where he went to school, when South Africa host Portugal in the closing game of the Castle Lager Incoming Series in front of a sell-out crowd at the Toyota Stadium.

Carling Currie Cup

The 2024 Carling Currie Cup Bulletin #5

The Fidelity ADT Lions, Vodacom Bulls and Toyota Cheetahs will put their unbeaten status on the line in the third round of the Carling Currie Cup Premier Division, while the two First Division semi-finals will be staged on Saturday afternoon in Wellington and Uitenhage.

Women's Premier and First Divisions

Scramble for play-off places in Premier Division

The two top sides in the Women's Premier Division will clash in Pretoria in a repeat of last year’s final, while matches in Durban, East London and Uitenhage could have crucial consequences for the remaining semi-final contenders.

Team announcement

Portugal name match-23 for historic Bloem Test

Portugal coach Simon Mannix has made a few changes to his team that beat Namibia in Windhoek last weekend for their highly-anticipated Test against the Springboks in Bloemfontein on Saturday, with Tomas Appleton named as captain of the visiting side.